Out & Gone Music is proud to announce a show in support of the our summer releases from James Gilmore, Polyorchard, and Laurent Estoppey.
Catch the James Gilmore Freetet, Polyorchard, and an Out & Gone all star ensemble on Saturday, August 4th at Scuppernong Books in Greensboro, North Carolina. Music starts at 7pm. And stay tuned for details on a show in Durham later in August.
You can find all our releases on our Bandcamp page.
Trombonist Jeb Bishop and violist Dan Ruccia begin a five city tour of the East Coast in support of their new album Scratch Slice Jag on June 26. Bishop and Ruccia will bring their brand of adventurous and rigorous free improvisation to audiences from Washington DC to South Carolina. For all but one performance Bishop and Ruccia will be joined by a series of special guests, making each night a unique and unforgettable experience.
June 26: Rhizome, Washington DC, with Jeremiah Cymerman and Bobb Drake/JGuy Laughlin
June 27: Black Iris, Richmond, VA, second set with Scott Clark and Cameron Ralston
June 28: Arcana, Durham, NC, second set with David Menestres and Carrie Schull
June 29: Revolve Gallery, Asheville, NC, second set with Tashi Dorji and Shane Parish
June 30: ifArt Gallery, Columbia, SC
Scratch Slice Jag, which received a 4 star review in the Free Jazz Blog, showcases Bishop and Ruccia’s unusual pairing: the trombone and the viola. Of the pair, Bishop writes: “These are both instruments that are usually relegated to a place in the margins, the shadows, away from the center of attention. And they are both the butt(s) of some of the finest musician jokes.” Their music, however is no joke. Drawing on European free improvisation, new music, and employing myriad extended techniques, Bishop and Ruccia explore the outer reaches of their instruments and the possibilities that emerge when two like-minded improvisers come together to share their musical and personal relationship with their audience.
Cyanotype will celebrate the release of their debut album Two Silent Schnauzers Wednesday, September 7 at 8:30pm at Arcana in Durham, NC.
Two Silent Schnauzers was one of Avant Music News’ Picks of the Week, and the Indy Week says of the album: “The album’s pieces scrape and squeak, yip and wail, to odd and occasionally unsettling ends. Cyanotype requires close listening, but lean in, and you’ll be fascinated by every detail.”
There is a $5 suggested donation, which gets you a download card of the album. Hope to see you there.
If you’re in the Triangle, make sure to stop by the Shed in Durham on Tuesday, July 19, where Cyanotype will open for the experimental rock band JOBS.
Cyanotype – featuring Dan Ruccia on viola, Frank Meadows on bass, Chris Robinson on saxophone, and Heidi Wait on flute – will hit at 9, followed by JOBS.
Check out the event on Facebook and listen to the latest album from JOBS on Bandcamp below.
Hope to see you there.
The Bivins/Robinson Duo will be performing Tuesday, August 9 at the Carrack Art Gallery in Durham, North Carolina as part of the monthly Carrack F.I.T. series.
Jason Bivins – guitar/Chris Robinson – saxophone
Free improvisation interspersed with tunes by Carla Bley, Grant Green, and Paul Motian
8pm, 947 E Main Street, Durham, NC